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Old 01-25-2014, 05:32 PM   #31
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To turn my driver's chair around on my 360, I take the right front and the two rear bolts off after setting up. Then, I twist the rear of the chair towards the center of the mh a couple of inches. Then I release the rotation lever, push the seat back forward, and rotate the chair all the way around.
When we get ready to de-camp, I turn the chair back around, align the holes, and put the nuts and bolts back in.
We did away with the euro chair, just always in the way.
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Old 01-25-2014, 05:55 PM   #32
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The drivers seat in the 351's will rotate without removing anything. Not sure exactly how as DW takes care of setting up the inside when we park. I do remember seeing a thread that has the step by step procedure.
Hopefully someone can repost it for you
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Old 01-25-2014, 06:25 PM   #33
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This question comes up a lot. When I asked the same question someone posted the procedure and it worked like a champ for me. Maybe it should be made into a sticky.
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Old 01-26-2014, 08:05 AM   #34
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Found it, this is what I had copied for DW;

-Put the steering wheel all the way up
-Move the driver seat as far forward and as low as it will go (get out of the seat first or you'll be stuck! )
-Tilt the back forward
-Put the left armrest down as far as it will go
-Swivel the seat
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Old 02-26-2014, 06:48 AM   #35
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Short update:

Frig ended up being the inverter board (mounted on compressor)

Microwave was replaced and so far so good

Used rig twice now for short trips and all going well till generator stopped putting out voltage 2 days ago. All the simple items checked. Runs fine just no output. Service appt set for Friday.

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Remove the front cover of the generator and reset the two circuit breakers.
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Old 02-26-2014, 07:31 AM   #37
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Oh, and that stuff probably fried because of a spike from shore power. I'm trying to talk myself into getting one of these:

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Old 03-12-2014, 10:41 PM   #38
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Latest update:

Generator problem ended up being the transfer switch- warranty solved that with new Progressive xfer switch. Tech said he has replaced 4 of the original style switches. Comment on the generator I learned from Cummins - if it runs then typically something else and not generator related.

Enjoyed our first 5 day venture with the RV with no real issues. We did get home though and found water coming from the bottom part of the Frigidaire gallery frig. Anyone have any ideas on drainage issue for these frig's? We found some water on the floor before we shut it off and thought someone spilled some but by time we got home there was more on the floor. Can see the defrost pan and there was some water in it but not enough to spill out.

As another note I did have low output from the ice maker and made a call to Frigidaire (from campground) and was told I needed the "carbon" filter as was experiencing low flow between FR 1 water filter and the built in frigidaire filter. Will see if the $45 carbon filter solves that issue.
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Don't know why you would need a special filter for the ice maker. Ours works fine on whatever stock ones came with it. I do know the first few batches of ice were small but manual said that is normal. Just wondering if a leak in the supply line to the ice maker is causing both problems
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Don't know why you would need a special filter for the ice maker. Ours works fine on whatever stock ones came with it. I do know the first few batches of ice were small but manual said that is normal. Just wondering if a leak in the supply line to the ice maker is causing both problems
I think he meant the water filter for both ice maker and water dispenser. It appears that Frigidaire told him that the filter could be clogged and causing the problem. I doubt the filter is bad though. Like you said, it cold be a leak or a kinked hose.

You can disconnect the line from the shut off valve and apply around 15 - 20 psi to see if it comes out effortlessly from the water dispenser. You can also do the same to the water filter to see if it's clogged up.
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